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Dear C.Brian

What could the reasons that we as common people cannot perform the miracles performed by Lord Jesus Christ ?

is it because of the following reasons ?

1. Lord Jesus Christ had Love, Compassion, Brotherhood, Charity, Peace, Showing Mercy, Kindness and so other noble qualities which we as common people do not possess.
2. Lord Jesus Christ didn't had any of this evil qualities viz
Greed, Lust, Jealousy, Anger, Hatred which lead to commit sins
in our life.
3. We as common people are born with worldly things viz money, material etc, Lord Jesus Christ was not bounded by those worldly things.

Can you please share your views on this ?

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar

Dear Prashant,

Thank you for your question(s)!

The simple answer to your basic question is that I honestly don't know!  However, there are those who would claim that miracles of the kind of which we read in the New Testament were dispensational.  That simply means that they were for a specific time and purpose - the establishment of the church as the Body of Christ.  Once that had taken place, it is claimed, there was no longer a need for miracles.

Of course, not everyone subscribes to that point of view, and there are many who claim to have witnessed different kinds of miracles in our own day.  What is interesting, and may be relevant, is that miracles of healing, for example, seem to take place where there is no ready access to modern medical assistance.  It could be argued that those of us who have well-equipped hospitals, and doctors' surgeries in our own vicinity don't see the need for specific miracles!  On the other hand, it is also the case that many of the achievements of modern physicians are close to miraculous!  There is a point of view that it is still Father God Who does the healing - the surgeon is merely His hands!

Jesus, Himself, while He walked this earth, was fully human.  However, He was also fully divine - the perfect "God-Man".  It is only to be expected, therefore, that He would be able to accomplish what you and I, in our sinful states, are incapable of accomplishing.

The bottom line, for me, when I pray for those who are ill, or who have any other sort of difficulty/problem, is still to echo the words of that same Lord Jesus: "Not my will, but Yours, be done."

I trust that this will be of help.

Kind regards.

C.Brian Ross (Rev)

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I am happy to offer answers to anyone with a question that refers to the Christian Faith in its widest possible sense. I believe that the Bible is the living Word of God, and seek to base all of my life on its teaching. I also have some knowledge of some of the cults, and of Islam and Judaism. Of course, my answers are just one man's thoughts, and I would always advise a questioner to check with others, and with the Word of God.


Served as a full-time parish minister in Scotland for about six years, and then spent the last thirty as a teacher (now 'retired') of Religious Education in Secondary Comprehensive schools (ages 11-17) while continuing my own preaching and teaching ministry. I have spent three years as a voluntary Chaplain with Strathclyde Police Force. I also believe that learning is a life-time process, and have recently completed a Master's degree in Divinity. I now spend most of my time in France, ministering mainly to English-speaking groups.

Former Presenter on Revival FM - a local Christian, community radio station, broadcasting in west central Scotland, and online at Involved with a number of organisations that support Christians who are currently suffering persecution in some 70 countries around the world. Until the formation of the new Police Scotland Force, I was a Chaplain with Strathclyde Police Force, deployed within 'Q' and 'N' Divisions, and also responsible for the Force Training and Recruitment Centre.

Various articles in Christian magazines. I also maintain a blog - My first book, Great Words of the Faith, is available as a Kindle e-book at My second book, Foundations of the Faith, is available as a Kindle e-book at*Version*=1&*entries*=0

Diploma of The Bible Training Institute, Glasgow; Licentiate in Theology of the University of Glasgow; Associateship of The Philosophical Society of England; Bachelor of Arts Degree (Hons) in History from The Open University; Post-grad Certificate of Education - Religious Education and History; Post-grad Certificate in Learning and Teaching; Post-grad Diploma in Management and Learning in Education; Master of Science Degree from the University of Strathclyde; Master of Divinity Degree (with Distinction) from Trinity College and Seminary (accredited by the University of Liverpool)

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